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New rules on posted workers could lead to equal pay for equal work, if adopted during the May plenary. MEPs also discuss the Future of EU with Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel.
Thousands of young Europeans will come to the Parliament in Strasbourg on 1-2 June to discuss the future of Europe during the European Youth Event (EYE). Find out more in our infographic.
Two thirds of Europeans believe their country has benefited from being a member of the EU, the highest percentage since 1983 and an increase of three percentage points since the autumn.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will meet political group leaders on Tuesday evening to discuss the use of personal data, ahead of GDPR rules coming into force on Friday.
Parliament is holding talks with the European Commission and the Council to update the EU's transparency register, so that it is easier to find out who is lobbying the EU.
Protecting the EU armed forces against cyber attacks, improving responses to natural disasters, and preparing for changes to data protection rules are all on Parliament’s agenda this week.
The EU's long-term budget, a debate on Europe’s future and the fate of migrant children will be on Parliament’s agenda this week.
On Parliament's agenda this week are new rules simplifying asylum procedures, legislation on posted workers as well as a conference on digital society.
MEPs adopted legislation to reduce waste and cut greenhouse gas emissions during April's plenary session. They also debated the future of Europe with French president Emmanuel Macron.
A conference titled “Shaping our digital future: the challenge of the digital revolution” takes place in the European Parliament in Brussels on 25 April. Join the conversation!
At April’s sitting of Parliament in Strasbourg, MEPs debate the future of Europe with French President Emmanuel Macron. They also vote on measures to boost recycling and curb CO2 emissions.
Rules to simplify and shorten asylum procedures, the situation in Hungary and a debate with leaders of non-confessional organisations are on this week’s agenda.